Style ICON – David BOWIE

We all know the various ch ch ch changes that David Bowie went through over his vast successful career and since he was the man of style I had to dedicate a whole post to him because:

This shows his unkempt elegant side. KMazur/WireImage

I love this photo – it shows his unkempt, sexy, elegant side.
Photo: KMazur/WireImage

  1. can’t believe he is no longer among us
  2. he was the original man of style
  3. his was one of the first concerts I went to see at the Montreal Forum
  4. I have four friends who got up close and personal with him – in a professional sense
  5. He was one of a kind and the first and best person at re-inventing himself.  Surely that’s where performers like Madonna & Lady Gaga got the idea from.
  6. out of countless crazy, fun and fashionable images these are my personal favorites
    The Thin White Duke as a swashbuckler, with scarf and full, flowing shirt, Jorgen Angel/Redferns

    A swashbuckler, with scarf and white shirt.  Photo: 
    Jorgen Angel/Redferns

    Things were looking peachy with "Let's Dance" Photo: Paul Natkin/WireImage

    Things were looking peachy with “Let’s Dance” Photo: Paul Natkin/WireImage

    Guess I love a well-dressed bowie best. Photo: Richard E. Aaron/Redferns

    Guess I love a well-dressed Bowie best.  Photo: Richard E. Aaron/Redferns

    Bowie's most normal look of the 70's Photo: Steve Morley/Redferns

    Bowie’s most normal look of the 70’s. Photo: Steve Morley/Redferns

    Handsomely dressed down. Photo: Frank Micelotta/ImageDirect

    Handsomely dressed down. Photo: Frank Micelotta/ImageDirect

    He can really rock a suit KMazur/WireImage

    He can really rock a suit.
    Photo: KMazur/WireImage

 

RIP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tipping his hat to Sinatra Photo: Michael Putland/Getty Images

Tipping his hat to Sinatra.
Photo: Michael Putland/Getty Images

Looking for a part with "Interview with a Vampire?" He was also an actor. Photo: Hayley Madden/Redferns

He brought Baroque back.  Photo: Hayley Madden/Redferns

Bohemian fashion crossroad? Photo: Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images

Bohemian fashion crossroad?
Photo: Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images

I too would cover my lets with a trench coat if meeting Tina. Wise idea. Photo: Dave Hogan/Getty Images

I too would cover my legs with a trench coat if meeting Tina Turner. Any wise woman would. Photo: Dave Hogan/Getty Images

 

In '97 with his longtime wife IMAN on his 50th birthday - Jan/9 Photo: KMazur/WireImage

With his longtime wife IMAN on his 50th birthday – Jan/9/1997
Photo: KMazur/WireImage

 

 

My friend Dee Lippingwell took this photo among many many others.

Rock Photographer & friend Dee Lippingwell took this photo among many many other great ones of Bowie.

S T Y L E

S T Y L E

Source: Billboard & Dee Lippingwell

He will be missed!

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